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COVID-19 Resources

  • COVID-19 Resources
    NAAG is actively monitoring new developments on the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impacts on state and territory attorneys general and their constituents. This page will be updated regularly to reflect the most current news on how attorneys general are responding to the crisis, online resources, policy updates, and training opportunities related to COVID-19. If you have any questions, comments or submissions, please contact communication@naag.org.
     
  • NAAG Resources

    The third edition of the Disaster Preparedness Manual and Resource Guide for State Attorneys General is specifically designed to assist the state attorney general community in preparing for disasters of all kinds. It includes lessons learned from attorney general offices, summaries of key legal issues, a prepared disaster checklist, and templates and examples that can serve as useful guides.

    ConsumerResources.org is a national hub of consumer protection information from the state and territory attorneys general. It has an entire page dedicated to actions attorneys general are taking to protect consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic, including attorney general consumer alerts and press releases, and price gouging statues by state.

    NAAG Continuity of Operations Plan Checklist

    NAAG Quarantine Checklist

    Publicly Accessible NAGTRI Webinars

    NAGTRI COVID-19 Webinar: Continuity of Operations: Courts

    NAGTRI COVID-19: Elections in the Shadow of COVID-19

    NAGTRI COVID-19 Webinar: Taiwan's Response to COVID-19: Best Practices for an Effective State Response

    AGO staff can view non-public webinars on the members-only COVID-19 resource page. See below on how to gain access.

    Membership Resources for Attorney General Staff

    Attorney general staff can access additional resources regarding COVID-19 on NAAG's members-only page. Access to this page can be requested by completing this form. Please note that requests may take up to 24 hours to process.

    Federal Resources

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: COVID-19 Resources

    Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA): COVID-19 Resources

    FEMA Disaster Financial Management Guide

    FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide

    National Institutes of Health: Situation Summary

    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: COVID-19 Resources 

    Public Resources

    American Bar Association: Disaster Resources for Lawyers and Law Firms

    Boulder County District Attorney's Office: Staying at Home During Covid-19: Resources for Survivors of Abuse - English Version

    Boulder County District Attorney's Office: Staying at Home During Covid-19: Resources for Survivors of Abuse - Spanish Version

    Conference of State Bank Supervisors: County-Level Map of COVID-19 Cases

    Council of State Governments: All Executive Orders by Jurisdiction

    Curated Library about Opioid Use for Decision-makers (CLOUD): COVID-19 Resources

    John Hopkins University: Coronavirus Resource Center

    National Center for State Courts: Coronavirus and the Courts

    National District Attorneys Association: District Attorneys' Response to COVID-19

    Attorney General Responses

    COVID-19 Resources from Attorney General Offices

    Letters

    Multistate Letter to U.S. Treasury Regarding Garnishment and CARES Act

    NAAG Supports Equal Coronavirus Relief Funding for the District of Columbia

    33 Attorneys General Warn Amazon, Facebook, Ebay, Craigslist, Walmart: Online Marketplaces Aren't Exempt from Price Gouging Laws

    Recent Headlines

    Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Attorney General Opens Criminal Investigation Into Nursing Homes

    Mississippi Attorney General extends disability funds for first responders who contract COVID-19

    Michigan attorney general confirms Gov. Whitmer's executive orders are enforceable 

    Colorado's attorney general joins colleagues in seeking federal probe into meatpacking industry

    Attorney General Morrisey's consumer unit fields more than 850 Coronavirus inquiries

    Settlement reached in price gouging case of Tennesee brothers with 17,000 hand sanitizer

    Attorney General James Leads Bipartisan Multistate Coalition Calling on Federal Government to Protect Seniors' Homes During Coronavirus Pandemic  

    Where's My Refund? State AGs Step in to Help

    Nevada Attorney General warns landlords against attemping to evict or coerce tenants during shutdown

    Michigan attorney general tells police to be lenient with businesses unable to supply masks to workers

    Texas governor, attorney general issue joint updated guidance for houses of worship

    Attorney general created nursing home abuse hotline

    NY attorney general calls out Amazon's 'inadequate' COVID-19 measures and 'chilling' labor policies

    Florida Attorney General Offers Domestic Violence Victims Help During Stay-At-Home Order

    Fla. attorney general warns of scammers preying on online gamers

    Attorney General Launches Website for First Responders and Healthcare Workers

    AG Racine Demands Washington Sports Club Cease Charging Membership Dues Amidst Coronavirus Closures

    Attorney General Ashley Moody warns of 'Zoombombing' during COVID-19 Crisis

    Talking Points: Attorney General Ellison Speaks On Price Gouging, Funerals Amidst COVID-19

    Attorney General Healey Calls on Department of Public Utilities To Suspend Rate Increases

    FBI, Kentucky Attorney General investigating pop-up coronavirus test sites in Louisiana as possible scams

    Hobby Lobby Defies Stay-at-Home Orders by Reopening Some Stores

    Call for Action Alert: Attorney General warms of relief check scams

    New York Attorney General Looks Into Zoom's Privacy Practices

    State, federal authorities lauching joint COVID-19 task force

    West Virginia attorney general sending warning letters to landlords

    S.C. attorney general says local governments cannot issue stay-at-home orders

    Price Gouging Complaints Surge Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

    NY attorney general launches hotline for Asian Americans to report discrimination

    After Leaked Emails, Florida Attorney General Investigating Norwegian

    Kansas attorney general emphasizes importance of transparency, proposes rules for remote public meetings

    Attorney General’s Office publishes workplace guidance on COVID-19 related concerns

    $10 Toilet Paper? Coronavirus Gouging Complaints Surge in US

    State AGs Crack Down on Coronavirus Scams

    Missouri AG sues Jim Bakker for coronavirus 'cure' 

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